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Old   January 13, 2020, 05:36
Default two fluid regions - one with source term?
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Dear Foamers,

in my test case I want to have two fluid regions - a room and a box on the floor, which represents a burning fire. In the fire box region there should be heat and species sources to model a simple fire.

Energy equation, radiation, species transport should be included. For now no combustion or chemical reactions considered. Turbulence model could be k-e.

I worked with OpenFOAM many years ago, then I changed to Fluent for a couple of years. Now so many things have changed in the OF world...

So, Where is a good starting point for me? Which solver / tutorial case should I take?

Thanks for any responses!
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